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Saturday 23 September 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Flying the flag

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Sophie O'Sullivan finishes strongly to win 800m heat on Ireland debut
The 16-year-old was in action at the European U18 Athletics Championships in Gyor.
Kilkenny All-Ireland winning hurling captain Joyce to make AFL debut
A great achievement for the St Kilda 21-year-old.
Irish contingent to the fore as USA make history and stun Scotland
It finished 30-29 in Houston.
Irish boxers Walsh and Harrington win bronze at European Championships
The pair have both medalled in Sofia after semi-final defeats.
Ireland captain McCabe rifles home super goal as Arsenal beat Liverpool
The Gunners winger was on target in their 3-0 FA Women’s Super League win tonight.
Irish shine at Para Swimming World Series as Ellen Keane bags trio of medals
Nicole Turner also earned a silver medal in Indianapolis.
Big milestone ahead for Zach Tuohy as he's set for 150th AFL appearance
The Laois man will become the fourth Irish player to hit the 150 mark.
'It's hard to describe. It was very surreal and a great, great honour to be there'
Armagh’s Caroline O’Hanlon and Tyrone’s Neamh Woods are teammates on the NI netball side at the Commonwealth Games.
Boxing gold and silver for Ireland at European U22 Championships
Amy Broadhurst went all the way in the lightweight division in Romania, while team-mate Aoife O’Rourke was forced to withdraw from her final.
Bright start for Irish contingent as last chance Masters bid underway in Houston
Three of the four sit inside the top ten.
Career-best PGA Tour finishes for Ireland's Paul Dunne and Seamus Power
American Brice Garnett won the Corales Championship by four strokes.
Ireland to send team of four to next month's World Indoor Championships
The in-form Phil Healy and Olympian Ciara Mageean are both on the all-women Team Ireland.
'I'm absolutely on top of the world' - Ireland's Craig Breen claims runner-up spot in Rally Sweden
The Slieverue native was greeted by his mother at the finish line after a career-best this afternoon.
'Fish in water' Staunton writes history but loses out in battle of the Irish Down Under
Laura Corrigan Duryea’s Melbourne FC snatched the win at the death.
It's Mayo v Cavan Down Under as Cora Staunton set for first AFLW start
Staunton and Laura Corrigan Duryea are flying the flag as GWS and Melbourne clash in round one.
Pro boxing no longer a man's world as Taylor and Hearn lead movement with different motives
Katie Taylor is changing the game again, and the Irish people will have a major role to play in her efforts.
Big Sam hails fit-again James McCarthy as Everton's 'shining light' in United loss
The Ireland midfielder came off the bench against Manchester United earlier.
'It was an indescribable experience. Still now, when you think about it you get goosebumps'
Sorcha Tiernan on an historic summer of basketball for the Ireland U18s, Leaving Cert year and balancing it all on and off the court.
Sensational McSharry's star continues to rise as she reaches first senior final at Europeans
It’s been some year for the 17-year-old Sligo swimmer.
Strong Irish contingent help Glasgow City to their 11th Scottish league title in-a-row
Katie McCabe, Noelle Murray, Keeva Keenan and Savannah McCarthy were all involved.
'I would have been as delighted for him had he beat me. We’re both over the moon'
History-making trainer Joseph O’Brien, who edged his dad Aidan to land the Melbourne Cup, is just coming to terms with his win.
Ireland get World Cup off to the perfect start with massive win over Italy
Liam Finn was in fine form as his side won 36-12.
Brilliant Paul Dunne beats Rory McIlroy to the British Masters
The Wicklow golfer shot a final round 61 to win his first European Tour event.
UCD record memorable win as they come from behind in Uefa Youth League first leg
The SSE Airtricity League U19 champions saw off Molde tonight.
More history to be made by Joy Neville as she'll take charge of men's international
The former Ireland back row will become one of the first female referees to oversee a men’s international next month.
Natalya Coyle in silver medal position going into World Championship final day
The Irish Olympian finished second overall in the fencing event.
Donegal's Magee siblings power into last 16 at World Championships
The pair – who have made history this year already – defeated Japanese opposition to progress in Glasgow.
'Dublin has a special place in my heart': Stormzy wore the tricolour and gave it socks on stage at Longitude
A special night.
Thomas Barr finishes 5th in his final to help Ireland to 7th at European Team Championships
Barr clocked a time of 49.73 in the 400m hurdles final in Vaasa.
Thomas Barr among Irish to book final spots at European Team Championships
The Olympic finalist and six others from Team Ireland will line out in finals tomorrow.
Shelbourne drawn with Linfield in the Women's Champions League
The WNL champions will also face opposition from Poland and Finland in the qualifying group stage.
What started as a backpacking trip turned into wearing Jim Stynes' number at Melbourne FC
Cavan-born Laura Corrigan Duryea is flying the tricolour in the Women’s AFL.
McDowell and Lowry just three shots adrift at the World Cup of Golf
The Irish pair lie in a tie for seventh after the opening round.
'If they've got 10 minutes spare I’d probably pick the whole lot of them!' - O'Neill praises Dundalk
The Ireland boss described the Lilywhites’ Europa League win over Maccabi Tel Aviv as the ‘best ever.”
Martin O'Neill is planning a trip to Dundalk and Cork's big European nights
The senior international boss has been impressed by the ‘fantastic’ performances of Ireland’s top two clubs in the Champions League and the Europa League.
UCC Diaspora FC aiming for London FA Junior Cup glory
UCC Diaspora FC take on FC Hamlets in tomorrow’s final in London.
Your photos: Children share their hopes and dreams as Ireland marks its Proclamation Day
From pre-schools to the Garda College – here’s how Ireland has been marking the day.
"It's beyond all our wildest dreams": Landmark day for Irish cinema with nine Oscar nominations
The director of Room, Lenny Abrahamson, said he is “so delighted” with his nominations.
'You only get one shot at this' - Doyle ready for the big stage after biding her time
Canadian-based swimmer Fiona Doyle was the first Irish athlete to qualify for Rio 2016.
New Zealand has narrowed its choices for a new flag to one
Unfortunately it’s not this one.